When he arrived at the Napa, Calif., tavern where he is
employed, bartender Wally Frost noticed that the janitor was not at
work as usual. Before entering, he took a .38 pistol from his car.
Inside he found the janitor bound and gagged and 2 masked men at
work. Frost shot one burglar to death on the spot. The other ran
but was picked up by police nearby.
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